When Artificial Intelligence Robots Start Replacing Physicians, Will We Notice -- Or Care?


It turns out that Mr. Khosla believes that AI will take away 80% of physicians' work, but not necessarily 80% of their jobs, leaving them more time to focus on the "human aspects of medical practice such as empathy and ethical choices." Sherpaa claims that 70% of members' health issues are delivered via virtual visits. Digital Trends reported on two U.K.-based companies who are developing AI chatbots designed specifically for health care, Your.MD and Babylon Health. The hardest part of using AI in health care may not be developing the AI, but in figuring out what the uniquely human role in providing health care is.